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Joseph Miller

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Joseph Miller, Esq. is Deputy Director and Senior Policy Director of the Media and Technology Institute at the Joint Center for Political Studies.

Media and Gun Policy?: A Conversation with Charlton McIlwain

Photo: Charlton McIlwain, Associate Professor, Media Culture and Communication at New York University How did media policy and gun policy merge?  POLITICO's Mike Allen (@MikeAllen) reports...

How Did Media Policy and Gun Policy Merge?

POLITICO's Mike Allen (@MikeAllen) reports Vice President Biden will meet with former Sen. Chris Dodd of the Motion Picture Association of America; National Cable Television Association...

Can You Hear Us Now? Communications Policy and the Criminal Justice...

Internet is changing the criminal justice system.

Media Ownership in Black and White: Data Dodges and Double Standards

Deregulatory initiatives seem to move much faster at the FCC than efforts to improve media ownership diversity. The FCC is expected to relax its long-standing blanket...

Media D*versity

Media advocacy has always focused on the shortcomings of regulators and media giants.  Although the faults of both regulators and the media industry are...

Political Ads: Do Minority Media Outlets Benefit?

With less than two weeks remaining before Election Day, the presidential candidates and Super PACs have spent nearly $1 billion on advertising, enriching broadcast...

How TV May Make Your Kids Smart

Wasteful government spending is a legitimate problem that should be addressed, but it should not be approached with blinders on.  Many government-funded programs have...

T.I. and Tiny and Whitney Houston: Is VH1 Destroying BET?

Two reports--"African-American Consumers: Still Vital, Still Growing" by Nielsen and "Basic Cable Network Segmentation Toward Minorities and Other Niche Audiences in a Digital World:...

Paula Kerger Quietly Leads the Way

The American public calls PBS the second best use of their tax dollars, outranked only by military defense in a recent national study.

Idea Theft and Black Unemployment

Competition and trade policies play a role in unemployment that policy makers too often overlook.